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Data Record ID: 606
Catalogue ID: wetmore_564
Published In: Stirling 1943b: 16-17 and plate 4ab
Site: Tres Zapotes, Veracruz
Photographer: Alexander Wetmore
Year: 1939
Collection: A.Wetmore collection, Smithsonian Institution Archives
Notes: Caption from the Wetmore album: “A boy stands beside the great head [Colossal head, Tres Zapotes Monument A]. Tres Zapotes, Veracruz. March 26, 1939.” Click for Archive!